i i "o n i mt j
. - . I -...- 4-. t v Alii... .
ere h -T lhu"nd l)?Ule-"i M
Warranted to Cure,
Or the money returned, aud io far lms given ontira satis
faction. As an invigorating medicine for Broken Constitu
tions, it lias no equal, being extremely pilatab'.e aud mild,
::s well as active and permanent in its ettecis.
For that distressing complaint so common among females,
termed Fluor Albus Whites, this specific is a Hoverelgn
remedy, and should be used bv xll who are thiin afflicted.
Sold by II. (j. Scovel, (J. V. IIiixoiiKSKwr. W. W. &
J. 15. Bhury, Nashville, Vouxclotc, liouJinjj Green, Ky.
DR. V. H. MORRIS.
"NYENTOR of the far-famed MORRIS RKMBDY. can be
consulted by letter, bv those who cannot make it con
venient to consult him personally. Persons afflicted with
Syphilis orUonorhca, or with any of the distressing and
unpleasant consequences attending an injudicious use of
powerful medicines, can, by describing their deseasc in
writing and inclosing t he reasonable sum of Three Dollars,
have advice and medicines sent with full directions for use.
Medicines pleasant and convenient, requiring no restrictions
or hindrance from business.
Also, Scrofula, Cancers, Ulcers, Tetter and Ringworm,
removed and permanently cured. W. II. MORRIS,
declfi Urn. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Grocer, Commission, Receiving & Forwarding Merchant,
dec 30 Duqai- Stkkct, Nashville. Tknn.
TRIGG, has opened his large and commo- ?H3r
dious Ware House on Broad Street, be- fgjy
tween College and Cherry street, North side, iSs&
where he is prepared to STORK goods of almost any kind
and quautitv on reasonable terms. He will also attend to
Receiving and Forwarding. Ilavingonc of the largest and
most convenint house in the citv, located at an intermediate
point between the upper River Landing aud Railroad De
pot. JUST RECEIVED BY D. TRIGG, Broadway.
CANS Holt A .Mottlv'stresh Oysters;
hbls Crashed Sugar; A bbls Pulverized Sugar;
25 bbls best Cider Vinegar
1AO h-mra I'inn S-l.
30 bxs W. R. Raisins, fresh;
25 boxes Cheese;
25 bbls Molasses;
SO dozen Brooms;
25 bags Coffee:
20half oxe3 W. R, Raisins;
10 boxes Codfish
25 boxes Dried Herring;
3 tierces Fresh Rice;
25 dozen Buckets, painted;
25 boxes Star. Candles.
25 boxes Tallow Candles;
Also Teas, Matches, Bed Cords, Roe Herring, Mackerel,
Ac., Ac , which will be sold cheap for Cash or Barter.
W. ll.GOaUO.V, C. 11. MiVAN.
W. H. GORDON & CO.,
AUCTION Ai COMMISSION .MERCHANTS.
For the sale of Merchandise, generally, j
jan 1 NASHVILLE, TENN.
-150 hhds. prime new Sugar for sale bv
AY. 11. GORDON A CO.
rpOii ACCO. 150 Boxes Keen & Co., Stony Mill'a To
50 Boxes Keen & Co., Suncurcd Tobacco;
150 do Slnbblefield do;
150 do Boaz do;
150 do Godwin's do;
For sale by jau3 W. U. GORDON A CO.
IGARS 5 C'a?as Las Ties Marcos Regalia Cigars;
5 wes La National
La Fiel "
50,000 Days Melee
Forsale bj jan3
GliASSWARE. 200 Boxes Pint Flasks;
H) Boxes quart do;
500 do Tumblers, assorted forsale by
jan3 W. 11. GORDON & CO.
J"UST received per steamers GLOBE and AMERICA
150 hhds prime and strictly SO bbls Syrup,
choice Sugar, 50 J " do,
50 bbls snp'r crushed and 200 bags Rio Coffee,
Itowdercddo, 40 " Laguirado,
10J bbls choice Molasses, 5 "Java do,
SO " Sugar house do, forsale low, by
dec 15 L.'ll. LANIER.
LIQUORS, loo bbls Tenn. 1). 1). stilled Whisky,
50 bbls Old Monongahala Whisky,
50 " Old Bourbon do, 50" Old Rye do
50 " Old Reserve do,
2 Pipes Holland Gin,
20lndian bbls S. Wine,
ao bbls N. K. Rum,
30 bbls S. Wine,
20 bxs. Brandy Cherries
1 0. Pipes old Cog Brandy,
10 bbls old 3Iadeira Wine,
100 bbls A.M. Brandy,
30 bbls A. 31. Gin,
10 bbls Old Port Wine.
f0 boxes Claret Wine,
ir gal. Old French Brandy;
10 bxs. assorted Cordials,
in store and for sale by dcclfi L. H.LANIER.
Q UN DIM ES. 100 bbls Best Flour,
O 100 kegs of Nads,
1000 bbls No. 1 Salt,
20 tons assorted Iron,
30 dozen Painted Buckets,
20 nests bushel measures
200 bags Shot, assorted,
CO boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars,
50 bags Raco Ginger,
50 boxes Dried Ilerrinirs,
20 nests of Tubs,
5000 lbs bar Lead,
100 assorted Demijohns,
f0 doz Bedcords, Lines,
2." bags Pepper,
20bs Buckwheat Flour,
5 bbls Alhun,
80 bbls No 8 Mackeral,
20 bbls S.S. Almonds,
Co boxes Fijrgs,
3 tierces fresh Rice,
.lO boxes Fresh Teas,
10 boxes Stoughton's bitters,
5 bbls Brimstone,
fiOkits No 1 and 2 Mackeral,
1 0 bbls Large Pecans,
SOo bxs Tobacco, ass'd brands,
2.", bbls English Soda
lo Cronie's best Indigo:
Together with manv other articles, which will be
low, by L. H. LANIEK,
deci.'i Market St.
FURNITURE, CARPETING, FLOOR OIL CLOTH,
ilatting.Dmgget, Girondoles, Solar Lamps, Mantle and
other Clocks, Pier Glasses, and all kinds of Looking
THE subscriber has in Store, and is constantly '
receiving a large supply of the above articles, Fi
among which will be found Rosewood Parlor Setts, f3S!S3
covered with a superior article of French Broga telle; Rose
wood Chamber Setts, Mahogany do; a large assortment of
Mahogany aud Rosewood Centre Tables; Dressing Bureaus;
AVardrobes; French Bedsteads; Etagcre Sideboards; Mahoga
ny and Rosewood Chairs, and a complete assortment of com
mon Furniture, to wit : Bedsteads; Bureaus; Dinitig, Break-fast-ftad
Desert Tables; Washstands; Work Tables; Ward
robes; Lounges; Candle Stands; Sofas, Ac, Ac; Windsor
and Cane Seat Chairs of all kinds. Tapstry Brussels, Three
Ply, Ingrain and Two Ply Carpetting, Rugs, Ac. Floor and
Table Oil Cloth, of all kinds, from one yard to eight yards
wide, which the jiublic are respectfully invited to examine.
All of which will be sold low for cash, or on time for approved
1 have personally selected every article, and thewokrman
ship and finish of all work sold bvme will be warranted to
be as represented. " A. PATTERSON,
College street, near Church St., Nashville, Tenn.
CHARLES W. SJIITII7
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, i
No. fl, Collcoe Stkkct.
SCHOOL, Law, Medical Religious and Jliscellaneous
Books, Also, Blank Books and Stationery, at lowest
J5?"Country Merchants, and School Teachers supplied on
the most favorable lerms. Nashville, Tenn., fob. 2.
Barber and Hair Dresser,
Gxhtr Street, vnJer the Verandah,
HAS f irnishcd his shop and fitted it up in elegant style,
lie has in his employ a number of the best barbers in
the city, and those who patronise him are sure of an easy,
us well as a clean shave, and of getting their hair trimmed
neatly and fashionably. He invites the public to continue its
IIN'E SHOT ;UNS. The undersigned are this day
. opening a fine and well selected stock of Shot Guns",
of every description, comprising Single aud Double Barrel
Bird Guns, Heavy Deer Guns, Ac.
These guns were all made to our special order, and wc have
no hesitation in recommending them to our customers and
others wishing to purchase.
oct27 FALL A CUNNINGHA31.
General Steamboat ami Freight Agent,
Office on Front Street, near the Wharf, Nashville.
Johnson & Smith, 3IcCrea A Tcrrass, Jas. A. 3rcAUistcr,
H. T.Yeatman, Sam. Seay, A. Hamilton, Johnson A Wea
ver, A. L. Davis, and merchants generally. novlOdAtw.
W. F. HARRIS & CO.
Commission 31 c r c h n n t,
Receive on consignment and sell ull kinds of Produce.
LAD IKS' FINE SHOES. Wc arc again in receipt
,arKe assortment of Ladies' superior Walking and
""JT"". "usKuis, Kxcelsiors, Boots and Gaiters
;ses Goat, A dt and Kid Boots and Slippers,
its Di oss, l astuig. Tress and P. L. Gaiters,
, s and 3 ouths fl S.and Pump Boots.
Ladies' super, white Kid
nd Satin Slippers and Gaiters.
iiAMAUE A CHURCH.
No. 42, College St.
l T AXEY, M'CLURE A CO., have removed their TIN
1VL WARE, and SHEET IRON WARE MANUFAC-
T?;KV l0 Jl? Iar Brick JJ,ulld!n!:at fle corner of Rank
AUcy and Marht Street, and opposiie to Messrs. Morris A
Stratton's warehouse, a few doors below the Union Hall
where, from the increased facilities, they are prepared to
COOKING STOVES, COAL and WOOD liTOFES
of a variety of Patterns; '
V TIN PLATE:
. . JPLATFORM and COUNTER SCALii'S;
rwA t PARLOR and OFFICE GRATES.
rtSfT t,,irc,,ase' wiU -i it to tbeir advantage
f b 5!l ' oy aro delcrmined to sell bargains.
. STRATTON, SMITH & CO.
Q TJGAH. 100 hlids Prime Sugar, in store and for sale
O low by STRATTON, SMITH A
OOFFEE 250 bags Prime Rio Coffee, in store and for
sale low by STRATTON, SMITH & CO.
I7VLOUR 500 bbls. Flour, various brands, just received
? and for sale low by STRATTON, SM ITII & CO.,
auglS . Broadway.
SALT 1000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
500 bags Coarse do: "
800 do Fine do:
m store ana tor sale bv
STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
IKON' AND CASTINGS 8 tons Napier's Hammered
Iron; "0 tons Rolled do; 15 tons assorted Castings for
salounuJuiaU'f low, to close, bv
STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
ANGIIORNE & AIOIISTEAD-S SUPE
RIOR CHEWING TOBACCO. As principal agents
for the sale of the above justly celebrated Tobacco in Nash
ville, we are and will continue to be constant! supplied.
STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
auglS IJ roa "y
Q UN DRI ES Loaf crushed, clarified and powdered bti
Ogars; Pmijks. Allspice, Indigo; Letter, Cap and W nfing
H....V- c....Mi Tiiinf f!niiHes: Bar Soar) and various other
articles, all of which will be sold unusually low by
' STRATTON, SMITH A CO..
augl S Broadway.
I7RIHVRRlT07s. 200 bbls superiorne-T wheat
' Flour, just received, and for sale low to close, by
n. v 20 STRATTON, SMITH A CO.
1 ( ,J oxes "rM"1 Wcscrn Reserve Ch6ese, per steamer.
JL ) o r sale unusuallv low to close.
STRATTON, SMITH A CO.,
O ( ( -,lnc''1 Louisville Hydraulic Cement hi store,
J v ana ior sale by
STRATTON, SMITH & CO.
Tons Monilla'Cordagc, various sizes just received by
nov 20 STRATTON, SMITH & Co.
AND. J. DUNCAN,
A UCTIOX AXI) COMMISSION MERCHANT,
WHOLESALE Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Umbrellas, Domestic manufactures and merchandise
generally, will give prompt and undivided attention to all
business entrusted to his care.
And. J. Dl'.vcan has in store a large stock of ribbon bound
Bed Blankets, Birth and Cradle Blankets, heavy white Mack
inaw Blankets, Blanket Coating, Beaver, Pilot and Felting
Cloths, Georgia Kerseys and Linscys, Cloths, Cassimeres
and Saltinetts, Flannels, Ac.
Fashionable Angola and Kossuth Hats, Boots, Shoes, Ac,
Ac. Also, A large lot of Oznaburgs, Drillings, Brown
.Muslins, and a general stock of goods, which I will sell very
low to close consignments.
jan5 AND. J. DUNCAN.
L. A. LANIEIL H. LANIEK.
LANIER & BROTHER,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
And dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Market street, Nashville.
I HAVE this day associated with me in the Grocery Busi
ness my Brother, L. A. Lanier under tlic above style. 1
hone all thoc indebted to me will call and settle their notes
and accounts without further delaj. B. LANIER.
scp3 n w a c
RATiIAGE & CHURCH,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoes,
COLLEGE ST., NASHVILLE.
"VXTE arc arain
in receipt of a lanro assorted stock of
YV Boots, Shoes, and Rro-j
and Rrogans, direct from the
manufactory; Ladies' Jlisscs and Children's fine Gaiters,
Boots, Excellors, Slippers aud Paris Ties of every descrip
tion; Gents' superior Calf Water-Proof I). S. Boots, super
fine Calf Stitched and P uinp Sole Dress Boots; Walking
Shoes, Oxford Ties, Patent Leather and Congress Cloth Gai
ters; Boys' and Youths' Boots, Shoes and Brogaus; Over Shoes
for Men, Women and Children, and Cork Soles, Ac, Ac.
Wc ask merchants and planters to examine our stock: We
give bargains tor cash. RAM AGE A CHURCH.
Broirans;inudand kip Boots, just received and for sale
low for cash. dec2-w RAM AGE & CHURCH.
1 AHA W ARI. I will pay theabove reward
rID 1 UUv' to any person or persons, us a premium
above the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants,
of the denominations of lfio, SO and 40 acres. I will pur
chase single warrants of either denomination.
R. II. BROCKWAY
Room over Oak Hall, cast side Public Square, 2d door
south ul to i I el, Nashville. octl-1 ni27.
H. G. SC0VEL,
Druggist and Apothecary,
North side of the 1'uUic Square, 3 doors West of the
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Paints, Bkusues, Pekfbmert,
Powder, Oils, Dve Stuffs,
Fancv Articles, Shot, Varnishes,
Glass; Glassware, Lead,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
UTERO ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERSaiid TRUSSES,
WASHITA OIL STONES,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
Nashville, February 1, 18.i3.
WET and unpleasant under foot, and to avoid Pleuri
sy, Pneumonia, Coughs, Colds and Affectionsof the
the Lungs, the justly celebrated FRENCH CORK SOLES,
should be worn, of which the subscriber has received a large
supply of Ladies, 3Iisscs,and Gentlemen's sizes. For side
by jan25 II. G. SCOVEL.
rpEETII, Nail Hat, Hair, Broom, Scrub, f aimer's
JL Blacking and Scouring, Paint, Varnish, 3Iarking, Art
ists. Shavinrr. Clothes. Stencil. Camels and Badcrer Hair.
Sweeping, White Wash, Popes Eye, (for cleaning windows)
and Graining and Blending BRUSHES, on hand and for
sale by II. G. SCOVEL.
North side of the Public Square, 8 doors West of the Nash
ville Inn. jan2.".
1 AA GROSS Charles Patridge's Round Wood Box
Matches, just received by
j an ''."
1 ) I!r1JIERY in great variety,
II. G. SCOVEL
kept constanjlv on
II. G. SCOVEL.
hand and for sale by jan2."
GRASS SEEDS-Orchard Grass, Timothy, Herd's
Grass, Clover and'Blue. Grass Seeds, on hand and for
U1NINE (Sulphate) Sulphate 3Iorphine, Phosphat
j L- ifc. -
VV Ljime, Lollodian, tJarb, J'olasi, .Lunar Caustic, (Jil
Cedar just received and (or sale by
II. G. SCOVEL
HHRUSSES. Nero Abdominal Supporters, and Shoulder
I liraccs, m great variety lor sale by
H. G. SCOVEL
HOTEL AND BOARDING HOUSE.
Corner of Summer and Jkaderick Street, Nashville, Tenn
D. R. DANIELS, Proprietor.
HAVING taken charge of the large and commo-
Bridges, I will endeavor to give entire satisfaction toS-S-J-
the boardingand traveling public Persons from the coun
try on visits or business in the city will find my house com
fortable and conveniently situated. 3Iy intention is to keep
a houc for the accommodation of private boarders in the ci-
ty. l nope to merit tne patronage ot the public generally
My prices will be very moderate. D. R. DANIELS,
A lilSIVX J WHISKY ! !')() h.n-rpls ltnl.c
V fine Robertson county Whisky, just received and for
aie uy janta STKATTUN, SMITH & CO.
1j riLiviiM,ivc. e nave now on
. hand a large supply of Preserves, J ellies, Pickles, Sauce,
Ac. jan25 R. A J. NIXON.
CLARK STREET COACH MANUFACTORY.
rpHE PROPRIETOR of this establishment rCtnw,
JL begs leave to inform the public and his old Jr
customers, that he still carries on the Coach and Rug
gy business in all its various brauches. vie Coach Painting,
Wood Work, Trimminir. Blacksmilhinir. Harness Makincr.
and Finishing. All work sold by me is made at the Clark
Street Manufactory and warrentcd.
1 now have on hand, and for sale, Family Carnages,
Rockaways, Barouches, Trotting Buggies, Sulkies, and
School Omnibuses., In my work all of the newest fashions
and latest styles aie introduced and wan-anted.
All Orders for new work attended to with promptness
and despatch having good workmcu in my employ.
Repairing done with promptness and despatch, and
my customers may rely on getting their work when prom
ised. IRA A STOUT,
jan 17 friwly Clark Street. Nashville. Tenn.
"HANGOUT THE BANNER ON OUTWARD WALLS.
The cry is still they come ! Who comes?
Will the customers come to be sure, could they
do otherwise, and when they see the large and
extensive stock of Great Fashionable Read Made
Clothing, just arriving from the Eastern Markets, to enume
rate which would puzzle Demosthenes.
LIKEWISE a hue assortment of Gent's furnishing arti
cles, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra
vats, Handkerchiefs, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Ac., Ac,
All of which will be sold at unusually low prices for
cash. L. POWERS.
Tennessee Clothing Depot, Market street, opposite Union
N. B. Not fo be sold or undersold by any man or combi
nation of men. L. P.
I. POWERS' CLOTHING EMPORIUM.
On Market Street, a few doors from Wells' Drug Store.
IS just in receipt, aud have on hand a superior lot of Gen
tlemen's and Youth's CLOTHING, which i3 offered for
sale on ferms that will be perfectly satisfactory. This es
tablishment is defcrmined to furnish every article requi
site to adorn the outer man and make him an object of ad
miration fo Iris friends, and give him a passport amongst the
"bon ton." In addition to the above is kent on hand Uia
latest style of Hats and Caps, ivith a large assortment of
Trunks, Vahso3, Ac. jan20.
SUGAR. 280 hhds Sugar, now landing from stearaea
America, and for eale by MORRIS & STRATTON,
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1S51, by
.1. S. HOUGHTON, M. D., in the Clerk's Office of the
Listrict Court fortheasteru District of Pennsylvania.
RAT CURS FOR DYSPEPSIA '.AIT OTHER SCIEN
TIFIC WONDER! !
DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
THE TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, OR GASTRIC JUICE,
PREPARED from Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach of the
Ox, after the directions of Baron Liebig, the great Phy
siological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, 31. D., Philadelphia,
Penn. ... n
This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indigestion, Dyspep
sia, Jaundice, liiver Complaint, Consumption and Debility,
curing afler Nature's own method, by Natures own Agent
tho Gastric Juice. , . . ... .. ,
Half atea-spocniul of Pepsin, infused in water, mil digest
or dissolve five pounds of roast beef in about two hours, out
of Uie .-ttomach. . ,.
Pepsin is the chief element or digesting principle of the
Gastric Juice the solvent of the food, the purifying, pre
serving and stimulating agent of the stomach and intestines.
It is extracted from the digestive stomach of the Ox, thus
formincan artificial digestive fluid precisely like the natural
Gastric Juice in its chemical powers, and furnishing a com
plete and perfect substitute for it. Dy the aid of this prepa
ration, the pains and evils of Indigestion and Dyspepsia are
removed just as they would be by a healthy stomach. It is
doing wonders for dyspeptics, during cases of Debility, Ema
ciation, Nervous Decline and D3speptic Consumption, sup
posed to boon the verge of the grave. The scientific evi
dence upon which it is based is iu the highest degree curious
Scientific Evidence. Baron Liebig, in his celebrated
work on Animal Chemistry, says: "An Artificial Digestive
Fluid, analagous to the Gastric Juice, may be prepared from
the mucous membrane of the stomach of the Ox, in which
various articles of food, as meat and eggs, will be softened,
changed and digested, just in the same manner as they would
be in the human stomach.
Dr. Preira, in his famous treatise on "rood and Diet,
nublishcd by Fowler & c
i'cIIs, New York, pjge 25, states
the iame great fact, and describes jhe method of pieparation.
There are tew higher authorities uian Dr. rncra.
Dr. Combe, in his valuable writings on the "Physiology
of Digestion," observes that "a diminution of the due quan
tity of the Gastric Juice is a prominent and all-prevailing
cause of Dyspepsia:" and he states that "a distinguished
professor of medicine in London, who was severely atllicted
with this complaint, finding every thing else to fail, hjo sip
course to the Gastric Juice, obtained trom the fctoma-oa pe
living animals, which proved completely successful."
Dr. Graham, author of the famous works on Vegetable
Diet," says : " It is a remarkable fact in Physiology, that the
stomaclis'of animals, macerated in water, impart to the fluid
the property of dissolving various articles of food, and of ef
fecting a kind of artificial digestion of them in no wise dif
ferenffrom the natural digestiveprocess."
Dr. Simon's great work, the " Chemistry of Man," (Lee A
Blanchard, Philadelphia, 1840, pp. 021-2,) says: "The dis
covery of Pepsin forms a new era in the chemical history of
digestion. From recent experiments we know that food is
dissolved as rapidly in an artificial digestive fluid, prepared
from Pepsin, as it is in the natural Gastric Juice itself.'
l'rolessor Jhmghson, ot tlie.lellersou College, I'luladeipiiia,
iu his great work on Human Physiology, devotes more than
fifty pages to an examination of this "subject. His experi
ments with Dr. Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice obtained
from the living human stomach, aud from animals, are well
known. " In all cases," he says, " digestion occurred as per
fectly in the artificial as in the natural digestion."
Dr. John W. Draper, l'rolessor of Chemistry in the Col
lege of the University of New York, in his " Text Book of
Chemistry," page 3SC, says: " It has been a question whether
artificial digestion could be performed but it is now univer
sally admitted that it may be."
Dr. Carpenter's standard work on Physiology, which is in
the library of every physician, and is used as a text-book in
all the colleges, is full of evidence similar to the above, re
specting the remarkable digestive power of Pepsin, and the
fact that it may be readily separated from the stomach of the
calf or ox, and used for experiments in artificial digestion, or
as a remedy for diseases of the stomach, and deficient secre
tion of the Gastric Juice.
All modern works on Chemistry, Materia Medica and Phy
siology, and all good Medical Dictionaries, describe the char
acter and properties of Pepsin, and state many interesting
details respecting ir.
The fact that an Artificial Digestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice,
perfectly resembling the natural fluid, may be readily pre
pared, does not admit of question. The only wonder is, that
it has not before been applied to the cure of Indigestion and
Dyspepsia so naturally does such a use suggest itself to the
As a Dyspepsia Curer, Dr. Houghton's Pepsin has
produced the most marvellous cfl'ects, in cases of Debility,
Emaciation, Nervous Decline, and Dyspeptic Consnmptiou.
It is impossible to give the details of cases in the limits of
this advertisement; but authenticated certificates have been
given of more than two hundred remarkable cures, iu Phil
adelphia, New York and Boston alone. These were nearly all
desperate cases, and the cures were not only rapid and won
derful, but permanent.
It is a great nervous antidote, and particularly useful for
tendency to Bilious Disorder, Liver Complaint, Fever and
Ague, or badly treated Fever and Ague, and the evil cfl'ects
ot Quinine and Mercury and other drugs upon the digestive
organs, after a long sickness. Also, for excess in eating, and
the too free use of ardent spirits. Italmostrcconcilesliealth
Old Stomach Complaints. There is no form of
Old Stomach Complaints which it does not seem to reach and
remove at once. No matter how bad it may be, it gives in
stant relief! A single dose removes all the unpleasant symp
toms; and it only needs to Ims repeated for a short time to
make these good effects permanent. Purity of blood and
vigor of body follow at once. If is particularly excellent in
cases of Nausea, Vomiting, Cramps, Soreness of the Pit of
the Stomach, Distress after Eating, Low, Cold State of the
Blood, Heaviness, Lowncss of Spirits, Despondency, Ema
ciation, Weakness, Tendency to Insanity, Suicide, Ac.
Dr. Houghton's Pepsin is sold by nearly all the
dealers in fine dnigs and popular medicines throughout the
uiuieu cjiaies. n is jirepaieu in puwuer anu in nuiu iorin,
and in prescription vials for the use of physicians.
Private Circulars for the use of physicians, may be
obtained of Dr. J. S. Houghton, or his agents, describing
the whole processor preparation, and giving the authorities
upon which the claims of this new remedy are b;ised. As it
is not a secret remedy, no objection can be raised against its
use by physicians in "respectable standing and regular prac
tice. "Price One Dollar per Bottle.
Pepsin in Powder sent by mail free of postage. For
convenience of sending to all parts of the country, the Di
gestive Matter of Pepsin is put up in the form of Powder,
with directions to be dissolved in water by the patient. These
Powders contain just the same matter as the Bottles, and
will be sent by mail, free of postage, for One Dollar sent
(postpaid) to Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D., Philadelphia,
Please Observe This ! Every Bottle of the Genuino
Pepsin bears the written signature of J. S. HOUGHTON,
M D., Sole Proprietor, Philadelphia, Penn.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines.
Wholesale and Retail Agents, for Nashville,
J. M. ZIMERMAN,
W. W. BERRY,
II. G. SCOVEL.
Murfreesborq Binford A McDcrmott; Franklin
E. G. Clouston; Clarksville Thomas & Warfield; Pulas
ki W. T. Plummer, Dr. W. Batte A Bro.
jylO'52 dtrw 12m
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE-
WiVdn one mile of the Square of Nashville.
WILL sell my Tract of Land, lying immediately on the
river, one mile from the Square of Nashville known a
the Nashville Race Course containing about 800 acres.
The land is of the very best river bottom soil, well adapted
to the production of all kinds of agricultural produce, and
commands a beautiful view of the city and river.
For fanning purposes it cannot be surpassed by any land
in the State. It contains a fair proportion of timber, and
the balance well suited for cultivation. Upon the premises
is a good, comfortable, frame dwelling house and all neces
sary out houses, good bams, corn houses, stables, Ac. Up
on the premises is, and has been for the last twenty years,
an established race course, now in good order, with all nec
cssary improvements, fine observatory stands, large, com
modious dining rooms, gaming rooms, Ac; indeed, every,
convenience at all necessary or desirable as a race course
and for that particular purpose, commands more advantage
than any other place in Tennessee.
If not sold it will be rented for the ensuing year, 1S53, on
accommodating terms. Apply to the subscriber, in Wil
liamson countv, Tenn., or to Thomas G. Pointer, Nashville
Tenn. octU wtf LYSANDER McGVAOCK.
A VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION FOR SALE,
ON the West fork of Stone's river, in Rutherford county.
Tennessee, containing 640 acres. The land is of very
superior qualitv, yielding heavy crops of cotton, well adapt
ed to grass antl grain of all kinds is within three miles of
the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, near a good tur
pike has good spring and stock water in abundance a
comfortable weather-boarded dwelling with good out-houscs,
all new cotton gin and press and all other improvements
needed on a farm. The subscriber wishing to go South this
winter, will sell it on very favorable terms if immediate an
plication is made
e to him, or in his absence to Major John Yv
nENRY J. WILLIAMS.
OUR THOUSAND DOLLARS S35i?
WORTH OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, sSssssssS
MlTlTlPfnlVn f. f. - im TrerTTnTMltiS.Trr-
PRICES. Having added two large rooms to their estab
lishment, and blended the stock of Greenfield, Curry & Co
with theirs, making it the largest and best stock ever offered
in this market, andas they are determined to sell, great bar
gains can be had for cash, or good notes drawing interest
novl W. A T. II. GREENFIELD A CO
THE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY, are now otl'eringi
splendid assortment ot Plain and raslnonablc rur
nitureat their Depot on Market street, Thomas' f?
fenew building, (between Union Hall and the Tge,
Square,) which they offer at prices to suit purchasers, I X
both at whole sale and retail. They intend to give satisfac
tion to purchasers work warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended
to with despatch. R- H. GROOMS, Pres't.
w. LuMaxck, ecy LBePlL u
i.1 sale by
-2000 Kegs Shocnberger s Nails, allsizs,jor
janS W. IL Q0RD0N & CO.
5 5 Q
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O Q 2 a 3 5
U -T rirTn " -
S o c o - f V s
f-i a - p 3
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TpvELIVERED in all the nrincinal Cities
jt States free of postage, and forwarded bv mail mi.
der the provisions
s of the late Post-Office Law, at merelv
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time, unusually attractive, from the serial" works of Bulwer
and other literary notables, written for that magazine, aud
first appeal ing in its columns both in Great Britain and iu
the United States. Such woiks as "The Caxtons" and "My
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more copies of any one or more of the above works. Thus:
Four copies of Blackwood, or of one Review, will be sent to
one address for 0; four copies of the four Reviews and
Blackwood for $30; and soon.
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the great reduction which has been made on these Periodi
cals since 1S41, and the very trifling rates now charged.
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rnor to 'M., me postage on J'lackwood was 2 49
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v t ret 'orfc.
N. B. L. S. A Co. have rccentlv published, and have
now for sale, the "FARMER'S GUIDE," by Henry Ste
phens, of Edinburgh, and Prof. Norton of Yale College, New
Haven, complete in 2 vols., royal octavo, containing 1 Cot
pages, 14 steel aud 600 wood engravings. Price, in muslin
binding, ?(!; in paper covers, for the mail, $5.
'-If Ihis work issOT the oil "Rook of the Farm." lately
resuscitated and thrown upon the market.
January 1, 1853.
AN AGENCY FOR SALE. RARE CHANCE FOR AN
THE subscriber offers the sale of his right, as flic sole
Agent, of Welch's Magnificent Portraits of "Wahiii--ton"and
"Jackson," for the State of Tennessee.
The subscriber has, also, the Agency for the sale of the
same works for the Suite of llrginm and District of Ctilum
Ida, and owing to the extensive patronage they have received
in the said State, and the constantly increasing demands for
them, lenders it impossible for him to presccute the sale of
the works in 'Tennessee. He is, therefore, desirous of dispos
ing of his Tennessee Agency for a very liberal consideration
to any active man, who, with a small "capital desirous to pro
secute a pleasant, respectable and lucrative business.
the Agency will be disposed ot to any such person for the
sum of Two Hundred Dollars.
The subscriber has cleared since July last, past, the sum of
Eight Hundred Dollars, independent of traveling expenses.
For the great merit of these splendid productions of line
art, the subscriber respectfully refers fo the proprietors of
this journal, and those of every journal published in the State
An immediate application is necessary that as little further
delay as possible may occur in the prosecution of the sale of
the wot ks in this State. Address R.KING,
feb5 Ct 131) .Main street, Richmond, Va.
R. F. BELL.
Wholesalo and Retail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwarding and
Opposite Sewance House, College st, No 23.
TRUNKS, VALISES, and CARPET BAGS.
, TE have just received alarjrc and fine ns-
sortment of Trunks, Carpet Bags and
Valises, consisting of Sole, Bag and KipgKfeHy fit
Leather Traveling Trunks and Valises, also of Saxony, Brus
sells, Wilton anil common Carpet Bags, which wc will sell at
low prices. R. S. IIOLLINS A CO.,
janl9 Corner of College and Union sts., Nashville.
THE NASHVILLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
HAVING, at great expense, procured the most recently
improved machinery and tools forthc construction of
the heaviest work in metals, we solicit from the Western
and Southern public a portion of their patronage. We are
prepared to make to order Railroad Jlachincrj, such
as Locomotives. Passenccr. Freight Cars, Frorrs. Switch
Stands, Repair Cars, and all work appcrfainingto Railroads.
Steam Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5
to 500 horse "power, with boilers of the best Tennessee Iron.
Saw Mills Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash
Saws, embracing the latest improvements. Grist Hill Is.
Engines and Machinery, complete, for Grist Mills of all sizes.
Sugar Illills of the most recent construction, with Engines
lo correspond, put up in any part of the Southern country.
Cotton Gins. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, with all
necessary appurtenance made to order at short notice.
In all cases where it is desired, we furnish an engineer to
nut up the engine and instruct an intelligent negro, so that
he may continue to operate the engine, Ac.
Brass and Iron Castings of any size or description, with
Shafting, Mill Gcering, Water Wheels, Cast Iron Bank
Vaults, made to order.
Information cheerfully given and orders received by
J. THOMPSON, President.
N. E. The highest prices paid for old Brass and Copper.
MOLASSES. 200 bbls prime new Molasses, forsale by
jan3 W. II. GORDON A CO.
THOMAS W. FLEMING,
Commission M e r cfli a n t,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
WILL receive consignments of COTTON, CORN, BA
CON, OATS, BUTTER,- FEATHERS; Ac. His bu
siness in Augusta, will be continued as heretofore under
Refers to Hon. Jonx P. King, President, Georgia Rail
road company. 11. Y . Lonner, Lsq., l'resident, South Ca
rolina Railroad Company.
P. S. Major Armstead Wall is my General Agent iu
Tcnnesseeand North Alabama. dcclG 2mdv
JJRSHE ARRIVAL Just received a large supply
Iird Oil, Surgical Instruments,
Window Glass, Ac, Ac; and for sale low wholesal
and retail by J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
nov 23 Sign of Lion and Mortar, Market street.
C. E. GRENVILLE & CO.,
General Commission Merchants, Chattanooga, Tenn.
WSli pay particular attention fo sales of Bacon, Lard
and other articles of Western produce.
As they have a large and personal acquaintance, and di
rect correspondence at most of the important towns in Geor
gia, and part of South Carolina and North Alabama, they
will be enabled to dispose readily of the above mentioned
articles in season, and respectfully solicit consignments.
V. K. Stevenson, Esq., )
JIoroan A Co., yNasMlle.
A. J. Duncan, )
Bradley-, Wilson & Co., Ilunliville, Ah.
I I -. Z A " O J
TIIK LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW (Conservative.)
THE EDINBURG REVIEW (Win-.) V 7
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free Church.)
THE WEST MINISTER TJEVrKwVT.;j,o,-.1i '
PHILADELPHIA 3IEDICAL HOUSE. Established 15
vears ago by DR, KINKELIN. The oldest, surest and
oeai nana to cure all ionns ot secret diseases ot the skin.
- . (and solitary habits of youth, is DR. KINKELIN, N. W. cor
if ? j Jier of Third and Union streets, between Spruce and Pine, !
one and a half squares from the Exchange. Philadelnliia.
Take Particular Notice. There is a habit which
boys teach each other at the academv or college a habit in
dulged m when by themselves, in solitude, growing up with
the boy to manhood, and which, if not abandoned in due
time, not only begets seriou obstacles to matrimonial hap
piness, but gives nse to a series of protracted, insidious and
devastating affections. Few of those who indulge in this
pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until thev
tind the nervous system is shattered, feel strange and un
accountable feelings, vague fears in the mind. The individ
ual becomes feeble, he is unable to labor with accustomed
vigor, or to apply his mind to study; his step is tardv and
weak, he is dull and irresolute, tho countenance is downcast
the eyes without natural lustre, shaniefacedness is apparent!
Thm an mnrUm which ikouU avikkev the attention of
then similarly ajflict!.
If the victim be conscious of the cause of his decay and
having relinquished the odious practice, lie sutlers "under
those terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and shame
him, producing mental and physical prostration. If lie
emancipate himself before the practice lias done its worst,
and enter matrimony, his marriage is unfruitful, and his
senses tell him that this is caused by Ins early follies.
Too man- think, they will hug the secret to their own
hearts, and cure themselves. Alas! how often is this a fatal
delusion, and how many a promising youth, who might have
been an ornament to society, has faded from the earth! "
Young jJIen! Let no fa!?e modesty deter you from
making your case known to one who, from education and re
spectibility, can alone befriend vou. He who places himself
under DR. KINKELIN'S treatment, may religiously confide
his honor as a gentleman, mid in whose bosom will be
orevcr locked the secret of the patient.
Country Invalids. Finding it inconvenient to make
personal application, can, by stating their case explicitly, to
gether wim an tneir symptoms, (per letter post paid.)
torwarded to them a chest containing Dr. K.'s medicines,
appropriated accordingly, and be cured at home.
Mnciuresoi uicureuira, weaKncss anil constitutional ue-
i bility, promptly cured, and full vhror restored. All letters
! P03 jx"'l-
a remuiance oi ;. cents in a letter, postpaid, ad
dressed to Dr. Kinkelin, Philadelphia, will secure nis book
on the Secret Infirmities of Youth. june7 wly
JAUNDICE, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, Dis
eases of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a
disordered Liver or Stomach, such as Constipation, Inward
Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the Head, Aciditv of the Stom
ach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight
in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimmingof the Head, Hurried'and
Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the heart, Choking or Suf
focating, Sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of
Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and Eves, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs etc..
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Im
aginings of Evil and Great Depressionof Spirits, can be et
feetually cured by
Dr. Hooflariil's Celebrated German Hitters.
Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, at the German Medicine
Store, 120 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not excelled, if
equaled, by any other preparation in the United States, as
ihecures attest, in many cases after skillful physicians had
These Bitters are worthy the attention of invalids, pos
sessing great virtues in tfie rectification of diseases of the
liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching pow
ers in weakness and affections ot the digestive organs, thev
are, withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
READ AND EE CONJ7NCED.
From the "Boston Bee."
The editor said, Dec. 22d :
Dr. Hooflano's Celeiulvteu German Bitters, for the cure
of Liver Complaint, .Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Ner
vous Debility, is deservedly one of the most popular medi
cines of the'day. These Bitters have been used bv thou
sands, and a friend at our elbow says he has himself re-
ceiveu an eiioctual and permanent cure ot liver complaint
from the use of this remedy. We are convinced that, m the
use of these bitters, the patient constantly gains Mrength
and vigor a fact worthy of great consideration. They are
pleasant in taste and smell, and can be used by persons with
the most delicate stomachs with safety, under any circum
stances. We are speaking from experience, and "to the af
flicted we advise their use.
"Scott's Weekly," one of the beat liferarv papers pub
ished, said, Aug. 2'jth:
"Dr. Hooflaud's German Bitters manufactured by Dr.
Jackson, are now recommended by some of the most prom
inent members of the faculty, as an article of much clticacy
in cases of Female weakness". As such is the case, wc would
advise all mothers to obtain a bottle, and thus save them
selves much sickness. Persons of debilitated constitution
will find these bitters advantageous to their health, as we
know from experience the salutary effect they have on weak
" Hlore Evidence. The Hon. C. D. Hineline, Mayor of
the city of Camden, N. J., says:
"Hooflanh's German Bitters. We have seen many flat
tering notices of this medicine, and the source from which
the came induced us to make inouir iesnectinc its merits.
From inquiry wc were persuaded to use if, and must say
that we found it specific in its action upon diseases of the
liver and digestive organs, and the influence it exerts upon
nervous prostration is really surprising. It calms and
strengthens the nerves, making sleep refreshing.
"If this medicine was more generally used, we arc satis
fied there would be less sickness, as from this stomach, liver
and nervous system the great majority of real and imagina
ry diseases emanate. Have them in a healthy condition,
and you can bid defiance to epidemics generally. " This extra
ordinary medicine we would advise our friends who are at
all indisposed, to give a trial: it will recommend itscltl It
should, in fact, be in every family. No other medicine can
produce such evidences of merit."
Evidence upon evidence has been received (like the fore
going,) from all sections of the Union, the last three vears.
and the stongest testimony in its favor, is, that there is" more
of it used in the practice "of the regular physicians of Phila
delphia, than nil other nostrums combined a fact that can
easily be established, and fully proving that a scientific prep
aration will meet with their quiet approval when presedent
even in this form.
That this medicine will cure liver complaint and dyspeps
sia, no one can doubt after using it as directed. It acts spe
cifically upon the stomach and liver: it is preferable to calo
mel in all bilious diseases: the effect is immediate. Thev can
be administered to female or infant with safety and reliable
benefit at any time.
LOOK WELL TO THE MARKS OF THE GENUINE.
They have the written signature of C. M. JACKSON up
on the wrapper, and his name blown in the bottle witliout
which they are s-nvrious.
Forsale, wholesale and retail, at the GERMAN MEDI
CINE STORE, No. 12'J Arch street, one door below Sixth,
Philadelphia; and by respectable dealers generally through
out the country.
PRICES REDUCED. To enable all classes of invalids to
enjoy the advantage of their great restorative powers. Sin
gle bottle 75 cents.
Also for sale by W. W. BERRY,
EWIN, BROWN A CO.
CART WRIGHT A ARMSTRONG,
II. G. SCOVEL
Druggists, Nashville, Tenn.
And by Druggist everywhere.
Wholesale Agents for Kentucky and Tennessee,
sljTcliffe, .McAllister a co.,
june5 eowly. Louisville, Ky.
DR. ARNOLD'S UNION PILLS. v
Green Hill, Tenn., January 10, 1S52.
Dr. Arnold Dear Sir I consider it but an act of jus
tice to yourself and the community, to state to vou the very
great benefit I have received from the use of your Union
Pills. Having been for quita a number of years, greatly
troubled with dispepsia, and constipation of the bowols; at
limes alarming me greatly, I used every other remedy, al
most that I ever read or head of for the disease, all without
the least beneficial effect. I had almost come to the belief,
that it was useless to try any more; as I labored under
great debility, and my stomach was greatly injured by tak
ing the different Pills, medicine, Ac; but on hearing my
neighbors speak so frequently of the beneficial effects of
your Union Pills, I concluded to give them a trial, and
bought a fifty cents vial, and commenced their use. From
the tirst dose of one Pill 1 was satisfied it was the medicine
forme. I have not yet used quite one vial, and can now say
to you with the utmost pleasure, that I have not for the last
ten years felt as well, or enjoyed such good health, as I have
since commencing the use ot your Pills. I would take no
sum for the good these Pills have done me, and almost every
branch of my family have used them with the same happy
effect. At times some of the negroes Lave had symptoms
of fever at the first complaint T have given them one or
two Pills, and never had to repeat the dose but once, which
effected a cure. Your other medicines used by my family,
have had the most happy efleet. I shall always keep a sup
ply of your Pills on hand, and I think that no one, laboring
as I have under great debility and dyspepsia, with all thei
evil consequences, but what "would, after a use of your med
idincs, join me in saving the same of them.
Res"iectfully AV W 3IASTERSON
For Sale at the Drug Stores of ZIMERMAN, T.WELLS,
BEECH, FLEMM1NG & CO., and BO URNE'S
BEING the sole owner of House's Celebrated Medicines,
consisting of Indian Tonic, Pile Ointment, Tetter Cer
ate and Pills, now in the hands of local agents in the State of
Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina and X irginia. 1 offer
to sell the same extremely low to Agents or others who wish
to purchase. I have also a large quantity of said medicines,
together with Gray's invaluable Ointment, on hand and will
sell 'Item at wholesale or retail at lower rates than they hawi
cvei oeen sold in this market. A large discount will be al
lowed to those who buy to sell ngain. M. BOURNE,
june 7 wtf Opposite True Whig Office
Nashville, June 2, 1851.
This is to certify that M Bourne is my authorized Agent
to sell and put out on commission Gray's Invaluable Oiut
mctit, in the State of Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, and
North Carolina. No Ointment is genuine unless it bears the
writfen signature of Wm F Gray upon the outside label of
the box; and all who wish the genuine must gee that it is
written before they buy, as there aro base imitations out.
Beware of an article purporting to beputun by W W Gray,
of Raleigh, N C, which is a base counterfeit. The name ot
W W Gray is engraved, as will be seen by close inspection.
Therefore, in order to avoid imposition get tho ointment nut
up by the undersigned. WM F GRAY.
rpRAVELLING TRUNKS,4 Of Sole Leather; Rus-
1 set und Black Iron Fra?.
! .eauicr x run ss, v a I ecf
Carpet Bags and Schol SafcL
lowest prices, by dec2-w
SPECIAL NOTICE TO THOSE AFFLICTED.
rpHE subscriber respectfully nnnoun.
X ces to the citizens of Nastiville, and
the public generally, that he has located
permanently in this city, and that he will
devote his attention to the alleviation of i
human suffering, by curing Rheu
matism, Gout, Neuralgia, Coughs, Can
cers, Files, Sore Eves, Sciofulu Diseases i
of the skin, Diarrhces, and Gravel, Fe- .
males suffcnr.s with irresrulanties, ner
vousness and dtbilitiy, can be perma
Disease of a peculiar character I$nar-
antee to remove m a tew davs raduaifv.
witliout offensive or deleterious Medi
cines. Patients would save much time
and money, to say nothing of anxiety of
mind, by giving him a call.
Invalids from any section of the country, by addressing a
letfor, stating the symptoms and enclosing a fee, can hav
advice and medicines sent to them with full directions.
The subscriber wishes it distinctly understcod that the
above cures are effected without the use of Meicury, as the
cure is entirely dependent on the use of reels, according U r ,
the Indian practice.
The subscriber also keeps an Infirmary on the correr of
Vine and Denutmbraiie streets; large and comfoitabh robins,
well ventillated, and in a very retired pert of the city. 1 1
any wish to be under his immediate and personal ctie ard
direction, thev can come in, and no pains will Lc spared
to render them comfortable and to cflect a speedy nut.
For particulars, see my cuculars of certificates.
Indian Botanic Dcctor, Office ou Market street, third door
from the Square, East side Sign of the Indian.
Nashviixk, May 1, IV1.
To the Editors of the Nashville Union: Geutkn en, By
publishing the following you v. ill much oblige ire at'd ct r.'e
a favor on suffering humanity. It is but justice tu the pub
lie that the virtues of Mitclielfs Indian Rheumatic Lxuct
should be made familiarly known 'oeverv one, and i .insu
larly to those afllicted with that painful disease Culled L! cu
matism. I have been suffering with that disease for the Lst
two years. I have applied to iiuniercns plu sicians, aIo fr;c d
various remedies, recemmended to cure it, Luti'Liy Uui.d
temporary relief aud almost in despair of ever cei. r f r
tirely cured; but hearing of Mitchell's Indian lilt uu.atjc
Extract, for sometime, I was not willing to try it, as I Lave
spent so much money, and all to no purpose ; but ntc rg
a card in your paper of Dr. Mitchell's arrival here, 1 sent fir
him, when he called on me and assured rue lie would eflct
a cure; also satisfied me by certificates from highly res ct'a
ble persons in Louis ille, some of horn sre pel eonalH kut u
to me, that got well by the u.-eof Ids Extract, which inured
me fo give it a trial; and i take pleasure in staling, that cf:tr
the use of two bottles I am entii ely relieved, belie irg it a
duty incumbent upon nie to recommend iu thestitngfstttru.s
a medicine which I believe lias no equal in the cure tf tl.:s
Yours, respectfully, D. McINTIjSH.
Public Square, Cd door from the New Lr.dge.
ANOTIIIiK IMPORTANT CI 'UK
B Y MIT C II EL L' i I N D I A N E A i R A( T.
Edgefield, (near Nashville, ) May t, I-";
Dr. J. Mitchell: Dear Sir, f take pleasure in statigto
you, and for the benefit of the public, that my I ri d ir. a
lad of fifteen years.) who has been afttictcd wiih the K'xi:
watism, for sometime, in one of his knees and L;ik, v.i.d
having tried various remedies, all of which had ler'ifie
proved useless, I was almost m despair that he cerU!.!.l
be anything but a cripple for the i est of hislif-, r-
of his knee were drawn. But hearing that Mr. Mclr.ti A , a
old resident of Nashville, liad been cured by the iw if nur
Extract, induced n-.e to try it for my biother.aiul u. ny 1. 1
astonishment, by the use of one bottle he has Mj,aasiil he
use of his limbs, and is entirely freeof all pain. I, tlu r. r -c,
feel in duty bound, afler having tested a niedicu e i!i
must be of so much use to those afflicted with tL.. ;j
ful disease, lo, unsolicited, publicly recommend it as a nr
Respectfully, yours, O. D. WAT.I IM;
N. B. Persons wishing to confer with iia. can to -a
by calling at my residence, Spring street, Edgi-LcM, 1 1 - :i
Davidson CorNTT, 2"enn., Jul .', 1 .'.
Dr. J. Mitchell: Dear Sir, I feel it mv dutv to aiki.owf-
edge to the afllicted, the benefit I have received from ir
Indian Rheumatic Extracts. I have been suffering w ih
Rheumatism in my hips for some time. I was umu r tl.e
treatment of a physician considered a good one. w ho told n e
that he could not ellixt a cure on me. Hearing of v( i:r La
tract effectingso many cures in the city of Nashville, indt ced
me to try it; and I take pleasure iu statiug that iln n i if
one bottle of your Extract has given me great i t lief. I tt n
sidcr it a very valuable remedy for what it isici-oiumiiid-.Hl,
particularly for Rheumatism.
Yours, respectfully, 1). BRINKLEY.
Nashville, Tenn., July "1, 11.
To the Editors of the Union: Deeming it my duty to the
public ami especially to those alHicted with Rheuinatui, that
1 have been relieved bv Mitchell's Indian Rhcun atic Extract.
I have been afflicted for a number of years, and appl.id to a
number of physicians for relief, but in vain. 1 i:lo trcd
different remedies recommended for Rheumatism, but tl und
them all to be humbugs. Hearing of Dr. Mitchell's li d:.-.n
Rheumatic Extract, I called on the Doctor, and he assured
me I could be cured. Having spent so mmh money and
found no telief, I coucluded to" be hutiibuggfd no more. I
told the Doctor I would givehim a certain sum if l c wiuld
effect a cure. The Doctor took my case and furnished ilu
with medicines: I followed his directions; and I am now
happyto state, after the tiscof two bottles of his extract, raid
two of his blood purifying rejnedy, I am entirely rel.eed.
As an act of justice to Dr. Mitchell, I take this method ot re
commending it to those who are similarly afflicted, a a nr
tain remedy for Rheumatism.
Yours, lespeetfully, JO. L. Ill AN.
Lincoln Countt, Tenn., May 2, 1 "J.
To al! afflicted with Rheumatism, the most oaith'i.I cr.d
annoying of diseases in the whole catalogue of huiuaii suf
fering, f would vay, apply to Dr. Mitchell, or his Agn.'s, f. r
some of his invaluable Indian Rheumatic Extrai'; r d 1
venture fo assert you will not be humbugged hut rrd uLcf
from your sufferings. There is a great aversion lo Paici.t
Medicines by the public generally, as they Itave I cm so if
ten deceived; but this invaluable remedy is worthy a tr..J,
and has, so far, proved effectual whenever tried. 1 will
give a brief statement of mv case, that those who have lucn
long alHicted may not yet despond while Dr. Mitchell sur
vives. Having been afllicted with the worst of maladies fir ir.r re
than six years, being confined to my room a great pi i t.ou cf
the time, and unable to lie by day or night my jents stif
fened, my muscles partially unified, and so much cuat -a ed
us to seem more like an inhabitant of another woiM tlu:i
this. Having tried every Physician of any note i f v.I.ci i 1
could hear, all proved unsuccessful. 1 had eninc'. ilcs
paired of recovery, expecting to spend (not enjoy v o l.!e of
the invalid, when I chanced to see an account of tl.e wi m"cr
ful cures effected by Dr. Mitchell's Indian Kheun atic l x
tract, I resolved to give it a fair trial, as I had all ot! cr I L--sicians
who tried my case, notwithstanding it was a rr.i -t
medicine, in which I could exercise no very stu.i g fa.iL:
when to my great surprise and satisfaction, bef..u i - : g it
more than the short space of one month, it lias l.ccii-i .r
arrested in its ravages upon my system that I can air i - - in
ture to assert, though of long standing, tliat it is tL..rt! cx- j
pelled from its strong hold, though apjmiently so wc'l LrL-
tied. Less than one month is a short tune lo louten c: ciny
which 1ms been solely engaged in erecting fortitic-ui s ft "r
near seven years, I can say to the alllicied try for your
selves if you wish to be in the igor and fullbIoom of Ltl.h
agaiu. Yours tiuly,.
,F M. HURLLY .
"TTTNTED at the South Nashville Furniture Factory, cf
VY good SEASONED LUMBER
100,000 feet of IX inch Walnut Plank wide ;
50,000 do do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do do;
100,000 do Walnut Scantling, 8 feet long, -1, 5 A Sin.Sij're;
100,000 do Cherry do do do;
100,000 do 1)4 inch Cherry Flank wide;
50,000 do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do;
50,000 do Ash, ranging from 1J to 5 in thick wide plank;
Also, Poplar of all sizes used for Cabinet porpo-es, for
which Cislt will be paid on delivery.
Also, 25 orSOgood CABINET .MAKERS wanted, to wl .m
fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 or i good UP
HOLSTERS. None but good workmen need applV.
.;.1L w . AJiViuLi, otters his ir:
services to the citizens of Davidson countv
Residence on the Gallatin Turnpike, four miles aud a half
jrom Nashville, at the place formerly owned by the lac Jo
siah William, Esq. fnov2 dAif.
C. RECH & CO.'S IMPROVED PATENT SAFE.
"V are the sole agent in this city of Messrs. Stearns A
V V Marvin, Iafe partners of M.Rech and successors to J
C. Rech A Co., whose Safes are pronounced by actual test
the best made in the United States.
We keep constantly for sale: general assortment, adapted
for the Use of Merchants, Insurance Co.'s, Jewellers, Nota
ries, Brokers, Steamers, Ac.
We are also prepared to execute orders -for those cf ar.y
size to be construcied and flitted up agreeable to the direc
tions of parties ordering.
All persons engaged in Business or having valuable Bo( ks
and Papers must admit the necessity of such an article as
Rech tb Co.'s Improved Patent Salamander Safe.
feb22 AV. II. GORDON A CO.
"WADE & SUTCHER" RAZORS.
WE have a new stock of RAZORS, from the eelebrded
makers "Wade A Butcher," of assorted interns; al
so,Wostenholnrs and Rogers A Son's Razors, all of which
we guarantee to the purchaser.
decll FALL A CUNNINGHAM
DR. J. W. GRAY.
Office in McCombs' New Building, on Cherry Street,
Between. Deader uk anil Union.
decl4 12m Residence Sewanee.
OUND WOOD OXJ1ATCJIL:s. lT Urtss
Patridge's Round Box Matches. In store and for sale
A.MORRISON A CO.
Corner of Desderickst. and Square.
:S. 10 dozen S'aded Silk Purse Twist;
Plain Silk Fue Twist;
O 20 dozen
200 uo Cotton Uosr;
120 Reams CaplV-'r;
100 do Letter Paper;
200 G. D. Gun Oapa. In store and for sale low by
A. MORRISON A'CO.
feb2S Corner of Dcadenck st and Square.
TP ATKV1 SA-l' JSI X l-'US IS. 100 000
JL Sa&'y Fuse, tho best article manufactured.
at liasxera prices by A. MORRISON A CO.
Comer of Dcaderickst. and Square.
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